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The Rose & Crown

A real rural dining pub with a long pedigree

At a glance

AA Pick of the Pubs
Bar menu
Dog friendly

Overlooking the village’s old stocks and water pump, this creeper-clad stone built coaching inn stands on the village green, while next door is the Saxon church known as ‘The Cathedral of the Dale’. Step inside the 18th-century pub to be greeted by fresh flowers, varnished oak panelling, old beams, and gleaming copper and brass artefacts, then enter the quirky little bar and you’ll encounter oak settles, a vast dog grate, old prints, carriage lamps and rural curios. In the secluded lounge you can retire to a wing-backed chair and be lulled by the ticking of a grandfather clock, with maybe a glass of Marston’s Wainwright or Black Sheep. The chefs use the best local produce sourced from Teesdale farms and sporting estates, as well as fish from the north-east coast, to create their imaginative, seasonal menus. Drop in at lunchtime for a light bite or choose from the à la carte menu. In the evening food can be enjoyed either in the bar area or in the oak-panelled restaurant. The cuisine style combines modern British cooking with a nod to the traditional Dales setting of The Rose & Crown. The service is professional yet friendly and the overall ambience is relaxed and comfortable.

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Opening hours

  • Closed: 24–26 December and 1 week in January
  • Open all week
  • Open all day
  • Lunch: Tuesday to Sunday 12–2.30
  • Dinner: all week 6.30–8.30

Price guide

  • Credit cards accepted

Facilities

  • Parking available
  • Free Wi-Fi

Children

  • Children welcome
  • Children's menu
  • High chairs
  • Baby change

Dogs

  • Dog friendly
  • Allowed in bar
  • Allowed in garden

Getting here

6 miles north west from Barnard Castle on B6277.

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